Cheesy Hamburger Dip

I am editing the name of this recipe as many people emailed me that it was offensive. First off, my cousin named it and I continued with the name as he was killed in 1999. The former name was "Puke Dip" and I do apologize to those it offended but it is JUST a name. I have now changed it and hope people still enjoy this tasty, cheesy, dip that is perfect for game day. Blessings to you all!

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  • Chop the onion and fry with the hamburger.
  • In another pot mix the velveeta and the splash of milk and let the cheese melt down.
  • Add the hot sauce, milk and salsa, if using.
  • Make sure you stir it often so the cheese doesn't burn!
  • Drain the meat and dump into a crock pot.
  • Then add the cheese.
  • Mix well and cook on high setting for about 45 minutes.
  • Turn setting to low and enjoy!
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"I am editing the name of this recipe as many people emailed me that it was offensive. First off, my cousin named it and I continued with the name as he was killed in 1999. The former name was "Puke Dip" and I do apologize to those it offended but it is JUST a name. I have now changed it and hope people still enjoy this tasty, cheesy, dip that is perfect for game day. Blessings to you all!"
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  1. BlueGrayRoom
    I like the former name 100% better than the boring same name everyone else has..... Great recipe
    Reply
  2. Shermm
    Add 1/2 jar of chunky salsa in place of the milk. This is so good and so easy.
    Reply
  3. Treenickel
    Well, all I can say is this really was good but unless you are serving this at a Halloween party, I think I would call it something different. We added a few drops of hot sauce to half of our batch for those who like a dip with a little "kick"
    Reply
  4. Ambassadress of Goo
    Why, oh why, oh why must this be named after vomit?
    Reply
  5. Chef Nichol
    I am editing the name of this recipe as many people emailed me that it was offensive. First off, my cousin named it and I continued with the name as he was killed in 1999. The former name was "Puke Dip" and I do apologize to those it offended but it is JUST a name. I have now changed it and hope people still enjoy this tasty, cheesy, dip that is perfect for game day. Blessings to you all!
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